Location: Lisburn

Christ Church Cathedral is a grade A listed building, dating from the early 18th century.  In 2008 stone to the spire became loose and the Select Vestry decided to investigate the reason for the failure and any remedial work necessary to the spire and the remainder of the Cathedral building.

The Practice undertook a detailed inspection of the Cathedral and this allowed the Vestry to effectively prioritise the works identified.  The Practice was subsequently appointed to prepare detailed drawings, specification and schedules to allow the work to be competitively tendered and various grant applications to be lodged.  A project of restoration including stone repointing, partial rebuidling of the stone spire and the conservation of a copper weather vane and clock face was completed.